Corporate censorship

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Censorship

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Corporate censorship is censorship by corporations.
Censorship can be conducted by governments, private institutions, and corporations.

Concentration of media ownership

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Increased concentration of media ownership can lead to corporate censorship affecting a wide range of critical thought.

Giannina Braschi

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Giannina Braschi, author of "United States of Banana", offered a critique of 21st century capitalism in which she condemned corporate censorship as financial control.
Her bilingual novel Yo-Yo Boing!, written in Spanglish and English, is experimental in format, subverting English-only laws, and criticizing ethnic cleansing campaigns and corporate censorship.

Corporation

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Corporate censorship is censorship by corporations.

Bloomberg L.P.

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Earlier in 2018, Bloomberg reported that Google and Amazon are involved in a case of Russian censorship of a Russian company called Telegram.

Telegram (software)

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Earlier in 2018, Bloomberg reported that Google and Amazon are involved in a case of Russian censorship of a Russian company called Telegram.

Federal Security Service

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After Russian intelligence Federal Security Service (FSB) attempted to gain access to and found terrorist messages on Telegram, a messenger service in Russia with 15 million users, the app was banned by a Moscow court.

Domain fronting

It is said that Google and Amazon were thanked because they were possibly engaged in domain fronting, a technique that circumvents Internet censorship.

Ice-T

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One example given by Jay is that of Ice-T altering the lyrics of "Cop Killer" as a result of the pressure applied to Time Warner by William Bennett along with various religious and advocacy groups.

Cop Killer (song)

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One example given by Jay is that of Ice-T altering the lyrics of "Cop Killer" as a result of the pressure applied to Time Warner by William Bennett along with various religious and advocacy groups.

WarnerMedia

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One example given by Jay is that of Ice-T altering the lyrics of "Cop Killer" as a result of the pressure applied to Time Warner by William Bennett along with various religious and advocacy groups.

William Bennett

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One example given by Jay is that of Ice-T altering the lyrics of "Cop Killer" as a result of the pressure applied to Time Warner by William Bennett along with various religious and advocacy groups.

PEN World Voices

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The 2012 PEN World Voices Festival focused on corporate censorship in the publishing industry with Salman Rushdie, author of "Satanic Verses", tackling censorship as "anti-creation".

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The 2012 PEN World Voices Festival focused on corporate censorship in the publishing industry with Salman Rushdie, author of "Satanic Verses", tackling censorship as "anti-creation".

Capitalism

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Giannina Braschi, author of "United States of Banana", offered a critique of 21st century capitalism in which she condemned corporate censorship as financial control.

Art

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Braschi declared: "Nobody owns a work of art, not even the artist."

Artist

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Braschi declared: "Nobody owns a work of art, not even the artist."

Victim blaming

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DeeDee Halleck opines that describing the corporate censorship of independent artists, which she notes is often less overt in form, as self-censorship "smacks of blaming the victim."

PBS

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She describes such self-censorship as being simply a survival stratagem, the tailoring of an artist's choices to what is acceptable to those in power, based upon widespread knowledge of the acceptable themes and formats at institutions such as (her examples) the Public Broadcasting Service, the Whitney Biennial, the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits gallery, or the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art.

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She describes such self-censorship as being simply a survival stratagem, the tailoring of an artist's choices to what is acceptable to those in power, based upon widespread knowledge of the acceptable themes and formats at institutions such as (her examples) the Public Broadcasting Service, the Whitney Biennial, the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits gallery, or the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art.

Museum of Modern Art

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She describes such self-censorship as being simply a survival stratagem, the tailoring of an artist's choices to what is acceptable to those in power, based upon widespread knowledge of the acceptable themes and formats at institutions such as (her examples) the Public Broadcasting Service, the Whitney Biennial, the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits gallery, or the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art.

Self-censorship

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Croteau and Hoynes discuss corporate censorship in the news publishing business, observing that it can occur as self-censorship.

Jonathan Alter

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Jonathan Alter states that "In a tight job market, the tendency is to avoid getting yourself or your boss in trouble. So an adjective gets dropped, a story skipped, a punch pulled … It's like that Sherlock Holmes story – the dog that didn't bark. Those clues are hard to find."

Sherlock Holmes

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Jonathan Alter states that "In a tight job market, the tendency is to avoid getting yourself or your boss in trouble. So an adjective gets dropped, a story skipped, a punch pulled … It's like that Sherlock Holmes story – the dog that didn't bark. Those clues are hard to find."

Media Access Project

The head of the Media Access Project notes that such self-censorship is not misreporting or false reporting, but simply not reporting at all.